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What is the survival period in critical illness policies?

Long Term Disability - Question 28
The survival period, also known as the waiting period, is the length of time you must wait after receiving your medical diagnosis to collect your critical illness benefit from your insurance company. The survival period is typically 30 days but this length may vary from one insurance policy to another.

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